212 Who Fled Manipur Return From Myanmar, Chief Minister Thanks Army

Over 180 have died and 1000’s internally displaced amid the ethnic violence in Manipur


Over 200 Indians who fled to neighbouring Myanmar from the border city Moreh in Manipur when ethnic violence broke out on Might 3 have safely returned residence, Chief Minister N Biren Singh mentioned at this time in a publish on X, previously Twitter.

Mr Singh thanked the Indian Military for bringing the Indians – all of them from the Meitei group – residence safely.

“Aid and gratitude as 212 fellow Indian residents (all Meiteis) who sought security throughout the Myanmar border publish the Might third unrest in Moreh city of Manipur, at the moment are safely again on Indian soil,” Mr Singh mentioned within the publish.

“An enormous shout-out to the Indian Military for his or her dedication in bringing them residence. Honest gratitude to GOC Jap Command, Lt Gen. RP Kalita, GOC 3 Corp, Lt Gen. HS Sahi and CO of 5 AR, Col. Rahul Jain for his or her unwavering service,” the Chief Minister mentioned.

Moreh, about 110 km from the state capital Imphal, was one of many worst hit areas when violence flared up in Churachandpur district on Might 3 after a protest rally by the hill-majority Kuki-Zo-Chin tribes over the valley-majority Meiteis’ demand for Scheduled Tribes (ST) standing.

Moreh had a blended inhabitants of Kukis, Meiteis and even Tamils, whose roots return to colonial occasions, and 1000’s from different communities.

The Chief Minister didn’t say whether or not the Meiteis are again to no matter is left of their properties in Moreh, or they’ve been shifted to Imphal valley.

Following the outbreak of the ethnic conflict, the Kuki-Zo-Chin tribes have been demanding a separate administration to be carved out of Manipur, saying it’s unattainable to co-exist with the Meiteis anymore.

A bit of the Meiteis who used to reside in Kuki-majority hill areas, nonetheless, have demanded to be despatched residence with safety.

With the safety forces sustaining what they name “buffer zones” – delicate areas the place Meiteis and Kukis cannot cross – there isn’t any sure timeline in regards to the return of internally displaced folks to the hills and the valley.


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